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Patrick Reis is a reporter at National Journal. He has previously worked at POLITICO, Greenwire and Seattle's Real Change News. He likes dogs and dislikes writing about himself.
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Senate Votes to Advance Stopgap Spending Bill

September 27, 2013 The Senate voted 79-19 Friday to advance legislation that would keep the government funded through the fall, a critical step for Democrats as they seek to avert an Oct. 1 government shutdown while still protecting funding for President Obama's Affordable Care Act. In its present form, the bill would strip...

Poll: Majority Sides With GOP on Debt-Ceiling Hike

September 26, 2013 More than six in 10 Americans say Congress should require spending cuts before raising the debt ceiling, even if that puts the nation at risk of default, according to a Bloomberg poll released Thursday. President Obama and congressional Democrats are demanding a debt-ceiling increase with no conditions, with the president...

Obama Dares Republicans to Defy Tea Party on Obamacare, Shutdown Deal

September 17, 2013 President Obama took a swipe at the Hard Right on Monday, accusing tea-party-aligned House Republicans of gambling with the nation's economy by threatening to shut down the government unless Obamacare is defunded. In a sprawling economic speech, Obama called on Congress to avert a government shutdown by passing a budget,...

The Black Budget Is Bigger Than Head Start, Justice and the Park Service Combined

August 30, 2013 President Obama rarely discusses the nation's vast surveillance and security apparatus by choice. He'd rather talk about lifting families out of poverty, protecting the environment, or modernizing the nation's crumbling infrastructure. But when it comes time to put a price tag on policy values, it turns out that surveillance spending...

How Syria, a Hurricane, or Ben Bernanke Could Move the Debt Ceiling Deadline

August 27, 2013 Deadlocked over a deal to raise the debt ceiling, Congress and the White House are flirting with federal default. But that's not the worst of it: as the exact date of default is uncertain, any number of unforeseen events could push our federal finances over the edge. Treasury Secretary Jack...

What the Government Won’t Tell You About the 'March on Washington'

August 26, 2013 Want to know how many people attended this weekend's commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech? Don't ask the National Park Service. Officials there won't tell you. In fact, they won't even guess. Congress has banned the service from producing crowd-size estimates, hoping to spare the...

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